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Thread: Through my study window

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    Through my study window

    Trying to loosen up a bit :-)

    Brett


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    wow, Brett, what happens after you are loosened up?
    xiěy, n. freehand brushwork, spontaneous expression
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    I probably fall apart ... No, wait, I already did that
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    A really convincing watercoloury effect! You're very clever.

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    Nice subject and good job with the watercolors.

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    that's really yummy and very convincing watercolor.

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    Thanks everyone! It really helps to turn your blend mode to watercolour (or tint)

    Brett
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    Nicely done Brett, just show how simple things like a view outdoors can make a painting.
    Geoff

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    Ah, I see you have one of them earthquake warning kits as well. But it's a swell painting and I must say you did a fine job on it. Your watercolor is getting more on purpose and it shows a level of craft that is quite accomplished. I'm wondering how it would have looked without using the ruler. It presently straddles both worlds between mechanical precision and hand done artyness. Would look nice in a frame no doubt.
    "Not a bit is wasted and the best is yet to come. . ." -- remembered from a dream

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